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Song Premiere: Glass Animals, 'Gooey'

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Song Premiere: Glass Animals, 'Gooey'

Song Premiere: Glass Animals, 'Gooey'

Song Premiere: Glass Animals, 'Gooey'

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It's still early days for the British band Glass Animals, but with just a handful of songs they've definitely gotten our attention. Their latest groover, "Gooey," has an undulating sexiness that makes it worthy of heavy rotation. The Kingdom remix drops the vocal to emphasize sheer atmospheric cool.